Versatile, safe, and effective at addressing wrinkles, fine lines, and a host of other skin imperfections, Radiesse dermal filler is the non-invasive cosmetic treatment of choice for more and more men and women each year. If you look in the mirror and want to make changes in what you see, Radiesse may be the solution you’ve been waiting for.
Dr. Mariano Busso was a pioneer in the use of dermal fillers generally and Radiesse, in particular. He was actively involved in the development and refinement of Radiesse, has published numerous articles about its applications and benefits, and given scores of lectures on the uses of Radiesse in cosmetic and aesthetic dermatology.
Here are the basics that you need to know about Radiesse if you are considering dermal fillers or other options to restore the healthy, useful appearance of your skin.
You Dermal fillers are injectable treatments that work by plumping facial features to counteract volume loss that is a natural part of aging and a primary cause of wrinkles.
What is Radiesse?
Like other dermal fillers, Radiesse is an injectable treatment that works by plumping facial features and counteracting volume loss that is an inevitable and unfortunate part of the aging process and the main reason that wrinkles and fine lines develop.
The FDA approved Radiesse for the reduction of moderate-to-severe wrinkles, creases, and folds around the nose and mouth by stimulating the natural production of collagen in the skin. It is composed of microspheres containing calcium hydroxylapatite suspended within a water-based gel. When administered by a trained and experienced professional, It can be injected directly under the skin with no need for pre-testing.
What is Radiesse Used For?
We use Radiesse dermal filler in a wide range of treatments, including:
- Facial Contouring
- Cheek Augmentation
- Neck Rejuvenation
- Hand Rejuvenation
- Ear Lobe Rejuvenation
- Nose Recontouring
- Chest/ Cleavage Rejuvenation
How Much Do Radiesse Injections Cost?
While the cost of your treatment may vary based on your particular needs and goals, such as the number of syringes needed to achieve the desired result, $700 to $1000 per 1.5cc syringe is in the average range for Radiesse treatment in South Florida.
Are There Side Effects From Radiesse Injections?
Radiesse can cause some mild and temporary side effects. The most common side effects are minor redness, bruising, or swelling. Additional reported yet rare side effects can include inflammation, small bumps, itching, pain, skin discoloration, scarring, and tenderness.
What Results Can I Expect From Radiesse?
After your treatment, you should notice the effects of Radiesse immediately as it adds fullness to your face and skin tissue begins to build. While the results will differ from patient to patient, clinical studies have shown that the effect of Radiesse should last for at least one year.
Call Dr. Busso Today to Schedule Your Radiesse and Dermal Filler Consultation
Dr. Mariano Busso is named a “leader in the clinical research and development of Dermal Filler” by the American Academy of Dermatology. Call Dr. Busso today at 305-857-0144 to schedule your consultation and learn more about Radiesse, dermal fillers, and all of the treatments we offer.